Trade the world

Trade derivatives on global stocks, currencies, commodities and more with Canada's best broker for global markets.

Fast, easy access to global markets

Overview

Speculate on the price movement of currencies, global stocks, commodities and indices with Questrade. Trade a variety of asset classes in flexible contract sizes at competitive margins. And trade long or short with the potential to profit in both rising and falling markets.

Global stocks, currencies, commodities and more

Access a market much larger in scope than the equity market. Enjoy high liquidity and low transaction fees.

News, Insights & Research

Trade around the world

Trade on 15+ global markets including the Hong Kong, London and Australian markets

Investing & Trading Tools

Ultra low fees

Competitive pricing on over 110 currency pairs with target spreads as low as 0.8 pips

Investment Monitoring

High leverage available

Take advantage of market movements with up to 40:1 leverage

Investment Monitoring

Enhanced shorting opportunities

More short availability through a greater selection of investment instruments

Why trade global markets at Questrade

  • Fair, honest trading execution

  • Global, award winning platform

  • Award-winning customer service

The easy way to invest

See why people love Questrade

Canada's fastest growing online brokerage

20 years

in the Canadian
market

$9 billion

in assets under
management

8x winner

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See all the ways Questrade can help you keep more of your money

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Start investing confidently

Ready to open an account and take charge of your financial future? It's easy.

Get answers to our frequently asked questions

What can I trade?

You can trade over 55 currency pairs as well as derivatives for global stocks, indices, metals, energy and agriculture.

What are the costs associated with stock derivatives?

On top of a commission, you may also incur financing fees and borrowing fees. Learn more

What does it mean to trade on margin or leverage?

Trading on margin means you’re borrowing money from a broker to purchase a security. Learn more

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